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VisiWave

Solution Overview

Wi-Fi Site Survey Software to visualize 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless network and analyze WiFi traffic and packet.

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VisiWave Site Survey

VisiWave Site Survey is a wireless site survey tool that creates high-quality WiFi coverage maps that allow you to "visualise your wireless network".

VisiWave Site Survey is a complete 802.11a/b/g/n/ac site surveying solution. You collect survey data using a standard wireless adapter while walking around the survey area clicking on a floor plan image or using a GPS receiver to track your location. VisiWave quickly and automatically maps out radio characteristics in the survey area using either the included reporting application or by integrating with Google Earth. These allow you to easily assess your overall Wi-Fi coverage and to drill into great detail on specific areas of interest.

VisiWave is an effective tool for performing surveys inside buildings, outside on campuses, city-wide hotspots, already deployed wireless networks, or pre-deployment sites.

Benefits

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  • Complete Wireless LAN Site Survey Solution
  • Runs on a standard Windows laptop computer
  • Uses standard 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless network adapters
  • Google Earth Integration
  • Spectrum analyzer support for true interference detection
  • GPS support for collecting data
  • Effective for office buildings, warehouses, cafes, city-wide hotspots, campuses, and most any Wi-Fi deployments
  • Simple location tracking by clicking on a floor plan image
  • Instantaneous or continuous radio wave data collection
  • Very affordable product for mapping your wireless coverage
  • Automatically maps out your wireless network

VisiWave Site Survey Pro edition adds the ability to do predictive site surveys. This allows you to do a virtual site survey without even visiting the actual survey site. Instead, you describe the survey area within VisiWave's 3D editing tool. You "draw" walls and other barriers and you place access points to create a virtual model of the building or area. Then VisiWave runs a simulation of WiFi radio waves traveling through the 3D model and predicts what the signal strengths will be throughout the survey area. The result is a heatmap that estimates what the signal strengths would be if the model existed in the real world.

Since creating the 3D model can be done in only a few minutes and can be done without traveling to the location of the wireless network, the cost and effort for performing a predictive survey is significantly less than a traditional site survey.

VisiWave Traffic is a new way to analyze wireless traffic. That is, analyze the packets that flow from one station to another. It is similar to a sniffer, but instead of viewing long lists of packets and trying to see how everything fits together, VisiWave Traffic visually shows you how things fit together and then lets you drill down to the details. You easily see how the wireless packets work together to create a network.

Giving order to your packets lets you see what is working well, what might not be working well, and explain real issues you're experiencing.

It can help you see issues where you didn't know you had issues. And it can help you decipher what exactly is going on when two wireless stations communicate. It lets you view your traffic like your watching TV on a DVR--forward, backwards, in slow motion, or paused.

VisiWave Traffic is focused on only dealing with traffic as it leaves one radio and arrives at its destination radio. The life of the packet before and after that isn't the focus. Because of this, VisiWave Traffic isn't necessarily a replacement for a packet analysis program such as OmniPeek or Wireshark. But instead it can be used to enhance them and give order to a packet's life over the air.

Visiwave Site Survey Demo

E-SPIN respects customer time. Here is the product demo. We use the walkthrough and show you all the features and functionality, from start, add web scan, policy, credential login recording, crawling, filter, advanced tool, and end in various operation, industrial, regulatory and custom reports.

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Required

    • Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10

The data collection application requires a laptop PC running Microsoft Windows version Vista/7/8/8.1/10 that is portable enough to be carried while performing a site survey. Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10 provides support for many wireless network adapters.

    • Portable Document File (PDF) viewer such as Acrobat or FoxIt Reader

Viewing the user's guide requires a PDF viewer application such as Adobe's Acrobat Reader or FoxIt Software's FoxIt Reader. Also, site survey reports generated in the PDF format require a viewer to be viewed. You can optionally generate reports in HTML format which do not require this viewer. To download Adobe Acrobat Reader, visit Adobe's Web site at: http://www.adobe.com/. To download FoxIt Reader, go to http://www.foxitsoftware.com/.

    • Supported Wireless Adapter

A supported external USB or integrated wireless network adapter is required. A free utility called VisiWave CheckAdapter is available for download. This utility tests your wireless adapter to see if it is supported.

View a partial list of support adapters. In some cases, the latest drivers from the adapter manufacturer may be required.

    • OpenGL Capable Graphics Adapter (Pro version only)

VisiWave Site Survey Pro requires a computer with a graphics adapter and driver that support OpenGL v3.0 or later. Most modern laptops and tablets provide this support, but some older or low-end computers might not.

    • Memory Requirements for VisiWave Site Survey Pro

Performing RF simulations for doing predictive surveys can require a large amount of computer memory. We recommend at least 8GB of RAM. If you have less than this, you may not be able to complete simulations that are more complicated.

    • Supported Floor Plan Image

You will need a "top view" or "bird's eye view" of the survey area. This image can be in GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, or Windows BMP format. If you currently have a CAD drawing of your area, most CAD programs can export a floor plan view in JPEG format. Or, you can scan in a paper-version of your floor plan. Or, you can take a digital picture of a floor plan sign, such as a building directory or the fire-escape map found on the back of hotel room doors. In the worst case, you can create a rough drawing by hand of the walls of the area being surveyed. If you are surveying an outside area, you can use screen captures of any of the many online mapping services or scanned in images of printed maps.

Optional

    • Wi-Spy Spectrum Analyzer

This USB device is required in order to collect spectrum (interference) data using VisiWave.

    • Utility Cart

A utility cart of some type works very well for carrying your laptop while conducting an indoor site survey. Placing the laptop on the cart allows you to easily click on the screen and gets rid of the burden of having to carry the laptop.

System Requirements

  • Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10
  • You will need a PC running Microsoft Windows version Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10.
  • OpenGL Graphics Adapter
  • You will need a graphics adapter that supports OpenGL and is compatible with the software. This comes standard with most modern computers. For the best performance, you may want to install an advanced graphics adapter.
  • Supported Wireless Adapter
  • To capture wireless packets from within VisiWave Traffic, you will need a wireless adapter with an NDIS driver that supports monitor mode. You can test your wireless adapters within the program by selecting Test Adapter under the Capture menu.

Latest Release, Fixes and Security Updates

2021-Jul-29

A maintenance release of VisiWave (v6.0.3 ) is now available for download. If you already own v6.0 of VisiWave, just download the eval version and install it over-top of your current version. Your existing license will continue to work. If you would like to evaluate VisiWave, just download the eval version and try it out.

New features in v6.0.3:

  • Door & Window Issue With Predictive Surveys

    In some rare cases, the order that doors or windows are included was causing VisiWave to hang. The ordering is now changed automatically.

  • View in Chanalyzer Issue with Large Datasets

    VisiWave had an issue when using the View in Chanalyzer feature when the range included too many data points.
    Chanalyzer would load but no data would be included. This situation is now fixed.

  • Google Earth Report Default Extension

    If a file extension wasn't provided for the report file, the file was given the extension of KML. But it needed to be KMZ for the Google Earth files VisiWave creates. An extension of KML would cause the embedded images to display as large X's.

  • Google Earth AP Coverage Maps Issue

    If you generated an AP Coverage map for Google Earth and had both "What to Map" set to "Strongest" and "Highlight Overlaps" set to anything other than "None", then VisiWave couldn't generate the Google Earth report. Note that there are never highlighted overlaps when mapping the strongest APs so usually this wasn't an issue.

New features in v6.0.2:

  • Set GPS Location Issue

    If "Get Location from GPS Device" was selected from the "Set GPS Location" menu item before any data was collected, then the program would crash.

  • Channels Under Noise Can't Be Selected When First Adding Spectrum Data

    In Survey View in the right pane, the 2.4GHz and 5GHz channels under "Noise" can't be selected when you collect the first set of spectrum data points. The channels remained grayed out.
    You had to save the survey file and re-load it before you could access the noise channels.

  • Predictive Heatmap Issue with Large Survey Areas

    A large survey area (50m on a side or more) could have had issues producing accurate predictions when the radio was placed near the top of barriers. The simulation had a path over the barriers which was making the signal strengths too generous.

  • Channel Maps Weren't Handling Some In-Between Channel Numbers

    Some channels that were "wide" (40MHz, 80MHz, or 160MHz) couldn't be selected in a Channel map. Now VisiWave handles all common channel numbers regardless of channel width.

  • Rotate Horizontal Wasn't Working for Dipole Antennas

    For predictive surveys with radios set to have dipole antennas, the Rotate Horizontal setting wasn't affecting the heatmap pattern. It is now functioning correctly.

  • Predictive Heatmaps Had White or Gray Regions

    With a few combinations of Min and Max color legend settings, some regions of the colored heatmap would show up as white or gray when they should be a dark red (when using the default
    color scheme).

New features in v6.0.1:

  • Added Support for Channel Bonding in Predictive Surveys

    When doing a simulation, you can now set a radio's channel width in addition to just its frequency in the 5GHz band.
    You do this by right-clicking on a radio and selecting Edit Radio. This allows you to simulate the effects of channel bonding. For example, you can select channel 36 and say that it is a 40MHz channel to bond channels 36 and 40 together.

  • Issue Fixed with Exporting Simulation Data to CSV

    VisiWave was exporting only half the simulated signal values to the CSV file. Every other value in the X direction was skipped. Now all the values are exported.

  • Performance Improvements When Selecting Radios in Predictive Mode

    There were a few cases where updating the heatmap in Predictive mode took much longer than needed.

  • Allow Merging of Survey Files When Floor Plan Sizes are Slightly Different

    Due to some rounding issues, some survey files couldn't be merged even though they used the same floor plan image and scale.

  • Half Power Beamwidth Antenna Types Are More Effective

    For Predictive Surveys, the effect of the horizontal and vertical rotations for half power beamwidth antennas wasn't strong enough. And the rotations didn't match the documentation. These issues have been fixed.

2017-Mar-23 VisiWave Traffic v1.0.1 Released
A maintenance release of VisiWave Traffic (v1.0.1) is now available for download.


2016-Sep-20 VisiWave Traffic v1.0.0 Released

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E-SPIN Value Proposition

E-SPIN and VisiWave Business Partnership allow E-SPIN Group to continue to provide end to end solution consultancy, project management, integration, training and maintenance support for the existing customer across the region we did business. E-SPIN active in the whole solution domain, cover beside what WisiWave did for the wireless site survey and wireless packet analysis, but also hardware for the spectrum analyzer, wireless traffic directional antenna, to various related solution for end to end passive, active and predictive wireless survey, wireless site troubleshooting to optimized wifi deployment.

Feel free to contact E-SPIN, our officer should be able to help you on end to end solution and product matters.

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